Set 1: Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Friend of the Devil Intro > Blackbird > Friend of the Devil, Gotta Serve Somebody, Like a Rolling Stone, Milestones > Why Don't We Do It in the Road > Night of 1000 Stars > Jam > Lost Sailor > Tennessee Jed > Saint of Circumstance,
Set 2: Jam > Jack Straw > Jam > Mountains of the Moon, Only the Strange Remain > Caution > Drums > Space > So Many Roads > Slipknot > Franklin's Tower
E: Johnny B. Goode
Collection TheDeadBand/Artist The DeadDate July 30, 2003Venue St Petersburg Times ForumLocation Tampa, FLSource FOB B&K 4023's -> Sonosax pre-amp->Apogee MiniMe -> Sony Vaio/SoundForge 6
October 21, 2012
The thread of One great song composed of legion
Bob Dylan sings 'Rolling Stone' and ' Gotta Serve Somebody' with Jimmy Herring and Mickey Hart AND Joan Osbourne backup seems to expand my crown chakra leaving me wondering if explosion is imminent...Drums & Space leave me vibrating like a tin roof in a hailstorm then So Many Roads sets me on my feet ever so sweetly.
Segues aplenty! How did they do it? What an amazing flow of magical heart-reaching and dance songs, and how do you explain how cool it is to start the show with 'Help On The Way' and close set 2 with 'Franklin's'?!?
This collection, and this order of tunes is extraordinary. So is the group of artists in this incarnation of The Dead back in 2003...I quit my job in St Pete after this performance and followed the remainder of this most amazing, incredible tour waaay back in 2003, the year of the great non-organic mushroom chocolates...
I won't mention the quality of this recording because I have found that if you talk too much about a good thing you sometimes end up paying for it the next time around...peace and happy downloading :p
June 21, 2010
So glad someone put this show up. Was 19 at the time; this was my first show. I only knew up until 72' dead, so I didn't know most of the music. Still I remember the blue lights of the lost sailor, its a good one....
Can't rate it, the experience was too 5 star for me....